Colin Black

image1Colin was born and educated in Scotland and taught in state and independent schools in Scotland and Australia. In the 1970’s he lectured at the England campus of the United States International University and at the School of Teacher Education at Curtin University in West Australia, and then held senior positions in independent schools in Melbourne, as Vice Principal of Scotch College and subsequently for seventeen years as Headmaster of Camberwell Grammar School. He was a Klingenstein Visiting Fellow at Columbia University New York in 1993 and in recent years has been living and working in London. He was awarded the Australian Centenary Medal and a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for services to education.